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Research on the Role of DNA Methylation in the Epigenetic Regulation Mechanism of Pomeranian Dogs  

Aiting Zhang
Hangzhou Mono Biotechnology Co., Ltd., Hangzhou, 310051, China
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Animal Molecular Breeding, 2024, Vol. 14, No. 1   doi: 10.5376/amb.2024.14.0009
Received: 10 Dec., 2023    Accepted: 21 Jan., 2024    Published: 12 Feb., 2024
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Zhang A.T., 2024, Research on the role of DNA methylation in the epigenetic regulation mechanism of Pomeranian dogs, Animal Molecular Breeding, 14(1): 72-81 (doi: 10.5376/amb.2024.14.0009)


This study systematically summarizes the importance and mechanism of DNA methylation in epigenetic regulation of Pomeranians, providing in-depth insights into understanding the genetic characteristics of Pomeranians. By discussing the role of DNA methylation in Pomeranian health and disease, this study not only provides strong support for animal genetics research, but also lays the foundation for future breeding and medical applications. Looking to the future, this study encourages more in-depth research to reveal more refined epigenetic regulatory mechanisms, use advanced technological means to deepen our understanding of the function of DNA methylation, and reveal the relationship between DNA methylation and disease through long-term follow-up studies. connections between. This comprehensive study not only has important implications for Pomeranian genetics, but also provides a useful reference for broader animal genetics and medical research.

Pomeranian; Epigenetic regulation; DNA methylation; Health; Diseases
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